When can you start my project?
Our schedule is determined by two factors. First being the order in which a signed contract was received and secondly being the weather. We will give the customer an estimated time for starting the job, but could be subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances. We are fully insured and our coverage includes liability insurance covering property damage and worker and public injuries, vehicle insurance, and workers’ compensation insurance.

How thick and what is the strength in a standard concrete slab?
Generally, a thickness of 4-5 inches is standard for most residential applications unless unusual circumstances would be encountered. An example of this would be if a homeowner would have an unusually heavy vehicle where the concrete would be under more stress due to the heavy load, at that time the proper thickness would need to be determined.  The proper mix should have minimum break strength of 4,000 pounds per square inch. This is obtained through a 6-bag mix or a 4,000 pound design mix.

Poured Concrete foundations
The solution to today’s concrete foundation needs is cast-in-place concrete. Poured concrete walls provide builders and owners with stronger, drier, better basements. They offer performance that block walls simply can’t match. And we do it at a competitve price.

Poured concrete walls have a compressive and flexural strength several times that of block and far beyond the required safety factor. The increased strength, density, and joint-free concrete construction of poured walls dramatically reduce basement water problems. Poured wall construction affords at least twice as much protection against fire as hollow core concrete block.  Poured wall techniques are adaptable to most home designs and offer smooth finishes.